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Hawbridge Farm has been in our family since 1938.


We are fortunate to live and work in the heart of Hampshire and are passionate about sharing our countryside and special location.


Over the years we have evolved. Before the war the farm was mixed, growing potatoes, cabbages, wheat and barley: we also had a pedigree Aberdeen Angus herd. But during the second world-war the farm was ploughed and planted with crops to help feed the nation. 

Today we are still a working farm of 300 acres, with a 100 beef suckler herd, some crops, a few sheep, a donkey (Holly), an Exmoor pony (Honey) and a retired racehorse (Desert Island Disc)!

We cherish and appreciate our countryside: we are lucky enough to have barn owls nesting in our barns and kingfishers on our river bank, as well as kestrels, red kites, hares and lapwings soaring over our fields.


We would love to share this with you.

Our Livestock

Although countryside events are now an important part of what we do, we are still very much a working family-farm. With around 100 head of beef cattle, it is highly likely that you will see a cow in the distance from your event!


We are also very proud to be a 'Red Tractor' assured farm, producing beef cattle to the highest welfare standards.

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